Hi, I am a Divorced woman. I wanted to adopt my maid's 3 rd daughter as they were too poor to take care of her. They have consented for adoption. So will ot be enough if an advocate prepares an adopti
A. Dear Client
Post 2017 the Government of India has made it mandatory to adopt all children through CARA and follow the rule and the formalities. When you adopt through CARA then you follow the rules as the Juvenile Justice Act.
Still adoption under Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act has not been brought under the CARA's umbrella and one can adopt under HAMA through a registered deed
If the Mother of the baby is Divorced and wants to give away the new born baby to a childless married couple. Can the couple directly adopt the baby under Hindu Adoptions Act without going through the
A. A spinster or a divorcee or a widow, irrespective of her marital status, can also adopt a child for herself. A girl child can also be adopted. But the only point for concern is that in the presence of boy or a girl, the adopter cannot adopt another male child or a female child.
Kya ek couple aapne single bacche ko apni sister ko god de skta h. Couple k ek hi baccha h
A. Dear client,
A child of a relative (a relative means the child's paternal uncle or aunt, a maternal uncle or aunt or
paternal and maternal grandparents)can be adopted ,as she is your sister she is eligible to adopt your child irrespective of the gender of the child.
Can I adopt a child if any parents are willing to give their child to me and my wife directly without going through CARA (child adoption agency). What legal process should I follow?
I am a divorced man , I had a daughter from my first wife and during divorce the Childs custody was given to her mother , I have remarried a girl whose husband had passed away and they had a daughter
Am 53 yrs old single unmarried can I adopt 22 yrs boy if he is totally depend upon me and he is ready for adoption
A. Dear Sir,
THE HINDU ADOPTIONS AND MAINTENANCE ACT, 1956
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THE HINDU ADOPTIONS AND MAINTENANCE ACT, 1956. [Act No.78 of 1956][21st December, 1956].
Men who are unmarried can adopt as well as long as they are not a minor. However, if a man were to adopt a daughter, the man must be twenty one years of age or older. Only unmarried Hindu women can legally adopt a child. A married woman can only give her consent to adoption by her husband.
Adoption deed cancel karne ke liye kya karna chahiye
Responsibility of adopted parents
A. Dear Client,
An adoption order severs the legal ties between a birth parent and the child, so that the adoptive parent(s) become the child's legal parent(s) throughout life. so the responsibility of the child's education, nourishment, maintaining lifestyle, sharing the property, upbringing etc will be on the Adoptive parents shoulders. after the adoption is done, adoptive parents' responsibility will be same for the adopted child as of a biological child.
I am born baby 1970 christen family adopted me after 3years mother had 2 children born after they lived me alone now property register own children 53 year I am living like salves I can claim my pro
A. Dear Sir,
Christians also can adopt a child from an orphanage with the permission of the concerned court under the Guardian and Ward Act, 1980. Thus you can prove your adoption and get a share as per your personal law.
I have a friend who is unfortunately been diagnosed of a life threatening illness and wants me to adopt her newborn as she won't be able to take care of the child physically , Do I need to still regis
A. Dear Client
Earlier adoption without involving CARA was easily done and was quite possible but recently the Union Government has made it mandatory to register and adopt through CARA. One can still do it without going to CARA but it is advisable to do it through them